How to Get Authentic Video Testimonials from Customers
There’s really no substitute for authentic video testimonials. There’s just one problem. Most video testimonials suck.
5 Ways to Dominate the Cyber 5 in 2020
This year’s online holiday shopping season will be one for the record books. To dominate the Cyber 5 this year you need to get started now....
5 reasons to hire an agency for YouTube Ads
Across many eCommerce and agency marketing forums, one of the most common questions you will see is, "Who's the best agency?".
Anatomy of a Winning YouTube Ad
Getting the right campaign structure is critical and there is a decent learning curve for creating and managing YouTube ad campaigns. Ultimately you’re only as good as your videos.
Vision of Acceleration: Client, Team, & Individual Growth
In 2016 we decided that our generic mission and vision statements needed clarification to help our team understand what sets OMG apart from other digital marketing agencies...
Is your brand ready to cash in at scale with YouTube advertising
Is your brand ready to cash in at scale with YouTube advertising?
7 Ways to Market During Times of Uncertainty
In this post I want to tackle some key considerations for you and your marketing team. We’ll also discuss ad creatives and things to consider on various ad channels - the tactics.
Make the Most of Your Agency & Freelancer Relationships
This article is the third part in my series about navigating the chaotic waters of relationships with partner agencies and freelancers.
The Truth About Indispensible and Replaceable Employees
The words we use as leaders, parents, friends, and even with strangers impact the day-to-day world we live in.
YouTube Remarketing for Ecommerce
We believe in a simple marketing philosophy that has generated millions in revenue for us and our clients.
How To Hire, Fire & Make The Most Of Your Agency Relationships - Part 2
Ready to Fire Your Agency or Freelancer?
Building a World Class Team
We have spent substantial time developing a hiring process that ensures we're adding long-term, valuable team members to OMG. This taught me one major lesson...